By Global News | Canada has seen its highest population growth rate since the height of the baby boom, mostly driven by immigration, according to Statistics Canada data released Wednesday. As of July 1, the…
Tri-Cities Local Immigration Partnership
The Tri-Cities Local Immigration Partnership (TCLIP) brings community leaders and organizations together to develop welcoming and inclusive communities, where established residents and newcomers feel a sense of belonging and attachment.
Working Group - Access to Information
Anti-Oppression Capacity Building (Cohort 2) - Training Session 2
Anti-Oppression Capacity Building (Cohort 2) - Training Session 3
IAT 2022 Cohort- October Meeting
SFU Surrey Community Open House
Anti-Oppression Capacity Building (Cohort 2) - Coaching Session 2
We’re looking to engage 20 organizations and groups who support and deliver settlement services in the Tri-Cities to explore interest in community-based planning.
Information Session of Library Champions Project
Coquitlam Job Fair - Coquitlam Career Fair
Community Forum: Strengthening Support for Ukrainians in the South Fraser
DIVERSEcity Entrepreneur & Small Business Fair 2022
Racism & Active Witnessing Online Workshop (Arabic Interpretation)
Fall Volunteer Job Fair 2022
Community organizations can find resources to support their work on diversity, equity & inclusion.
New to Tri-Cities
Newcomers can find programs and services that will help them settle smoothly in our communities.
By Vancouver Sun | Three years ago, Maryam Zamani was hiding from the Taliban with her family in Kabul. Today, the 19-year-old is enrolled in an English program in Vancouver,…
By CIC News | Since 2018 Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has been running its immigration matters campaign as part of IRCC’s efforts to raise awareness of the benefits of immigration…
By Vancouver Sun | Jose Santos credits the Vancouver Canucks with helping him learn to read. At four, Jose’s mother Gaby enrolled him in Get Ready 2 Read (GR2R), a…
By Vancouver Sun | With the help of Raise-a-Reader, young moms in Delta are able to take home books for their children. “Having the books more easily accessible at home…
By Vancouver Sun | Inside the 60-year-old tailoring shop on East Pender, it looks like a mini-United Nations. Tailors, seamstresses, administration staff, even the owner of Claymore Clothes were all-but-one born elsewhere,…
What a year! 2020 has brought to light many things for our Tri-Cities communities. In the face of a pandemic with far-reaching impacts, in our communities we found resilience, connections, support and hope. As we reflect on this past year and look forward to a new year, I hope you’ll join us in exploring some questions that can help guide